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Suppressing header text in Heidenhain conversational post

Hi all

I am trying to configure a post for an old TNC355 using  post builder with NX9.

The majority of the post works well, but I cannot see a way of suppressing the header text in italics  below.

As this is an ancient control, it needs line numbers every line and comments need to be preceded by a";"

 

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Information listing created by :  ??????

Date                           :  17/08/2016 15:13:00

Current work part              :  Z:\CNC\CAD Files\New folder\nx_test.prt

Node name                      :  XXX-pc

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0 BEGIN PGM 100 MM

0010 ;  POSTPROCESSOR NAME

0020 ;  C:\SIEMENS_NX_9_WIN64_SSQ\ROG1.TCL

0030 BLK FORM 0.1 Z X0.0 Y0.0 Z-20.

0040 BLK FORM 0.2 X100. Y100. Z0.0

0050 TOOL DEF   1 L75. R0.0

0060 TOOL CALL  1 Z S31831

 

Any help much appreciated

R

 

 

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Accepted by topic author rooj65
‎08-17-2016 11:40 AM

Re: Suppressing header text in Heidenhain conversational post

Your number is 1001....

This is just listing!!

Open your nc-program, you cannot find any header.

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Accepted by topic author rooj65
‎08-17-2016 11:40 AM

Re: Suppressing header text in Heidenhain conversational post

Your actual NC output is in the same location as your PRT file (if you didn't set different localisation).

Open this file with your text editor and you can see, that this header is not there.

This is the file which should be send to NC machine, not the one copied from listing window.

 

Header in listing window is always there, not only when postprocessing, so I believe it can not be suppressed by postprocessor modification

Marek Pawlus, NCmatic

Production: NX 11.0.1
Development: C#, Tcl/Tk, CSE

Re: Suppressing header text in Heidenhain conversational post

Many thanks to both of you .....  there is indeed no header  information in the actual  NC file.

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